This isn't a Texaco...it's called "Corona Gas Station" and they sell Diesel #2, red dye diesel, and propane as well as have a smog testing only station. I have been coming to this station for about 5 years and can't say enough good things! First, the owner is just about the nicest person I have ever met. Every week, he greets me with a huge smile and always has friendly things to say. He usually has the best prices in town, and because of this, he gets a lot of commercial business like me. I own a construction company and I have to fill up our backhoes, bulldozers, and other equipment with Diesel. This station sells red dye diesel for off road vehicles like mine. I don't have to pay the CA State Road Tax because it's red dyed diesel...plus, his pumps are the fastest in town. I'm in and out of there in no time flat! There's another red dye fuel station in Corona, but they require special credit card accounts to be opened up and I don't want the fuss of waiting in lines for the gas. This station is easy, convenient, and has th ebest service in town! I recommend this station to anyone with an off road diesel vehicle, equipment, or if they need generator fuel. Propane filling takes under 5 minutes from start to finish when I drop by for propane before a BBQ get together. I know I can always count on quick service and a friendly "hello" at Corona Gas Station...they always put me in better mood!
Honest employees. I accidentally forgot to get gas this morning, even though I prepaid inside. I asked to have the air turned on, paid for my items in the store and gas on the pump and because I had so much on my mind, totally spaced the pump and drove on to get my air and drove on to work. The employee saw what I did, cleared it and put the money aside. (I called when I got to work nearly two hours later). I called and was assured that my money was not lost. In a time when gas is hurting us in our pocket book enough, the thought of losing even $10 worth of gas was a discouraging thought. They totally have assured my continued business. Kudos to the employee who was working at 6 am on 6/19/08. I hope his supervisor reads this!